Several causes could lead to TMJ, but one of the most prominent is bruxism. Bruxism is also known as grinding or clenching your teeth at night. When you grind your teeth, it puts extra stress on your jaw joints. It can also cause wear and tear on your teeth, making them weaker and more sensitive.
If you suspect you have any of these symptoms, visit our office for a TMJ therapy consultation. Your dentist will examine your teeth for any signs of bruxism. Then, using Tekscan equipment, your dentist will determine your bite and how it affects your TMJ.
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